Author Archives: Anton Arhipov

About Anton Arhipov

Developer Advocate at JetBrains

GitHub Pull Requests plugin for TeamCity

The hassle with Pull Requests These days pull requests is a common technique of accepting changes from third-party contributors. In fact, it proved to be so convenient that some companies started to use it even for their regular development workflows. … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.1: Inherited build steps configuration improvements

There is sometimes a need to define a common build step in a template, so that this step will be executed either before all build configuration steps or after them. Here’s a simple example. I’m building a lot of typical … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.1: Enforced settings

Enforcing some rules in a project might be quite useful to keep the things in order. For instance, enforce agent side checkout everywhere, or make sure that all build configurations have some strict execution timeout, or enable build files cleanup … Continue reading

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New in TeamCity 2018.1: Project Level NuGet feed

TeamCity integrates with NuGet package manager and can also serve a NuGet feed. Using TeamCity as a NuGet feed comes handy if you want to publish your NuGet packages to a limited audience – just to your team, for instance. … Continue reading

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Rust plugin for TeamCity

Rust is an interesting programming language with decent tooling support. Cargo is an official build tool and a package manager for Rust programs. So what if you use Rust and want to configure automated builds in TeamCity? No worries, we … Continue reading

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Deploying TeamCity into AWS using CloudFormation and Fargate

For the good cause, it is sometimes easier to start with TeamCity by deploying it into a cloud service, such as AWS. This allows the users to try TeamCity without the need to prepare the dedicated machine. For the quick … Continue reading

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